• 26 Jul 2017

    Helping our pianist community

    pianist aid helping pianist community from london   Pianist aid supported by WKMT. In our latest article, written by Maestro Juan J. Rezzuto, you can get in touch with all the information about our website and music funding, Pianist AID. The purpose? To reach and let know everyone interested about our music funding and how helpful WKMT can be […]
  • 24 Jul 2017

    WKMT Classical concert this 29th July

    Another wonderful concert by Maestra Sabrina Curpanen and Maestra Hitomi Inujima. The date 29.07.2017 at 7 pm. The place St. Cuthbert’s Philbeach Gardens. 50 Philbeach Gardens, Earls Court, London, SW5 9EB This summer concert fills us with expectation as these superlative performers took over the monumental task of playing both the Kreutzer Sonata and Strauss Violin and Piano sonata in Eb. Both paradigmatic […]
  • 16 Jul 2017

    Composition insight

    Juan jose rezzuto and his latest composition. In this new release, our Maestro talks about his new composed piece for the concert organised by WKMT Ltd for next 29th July. The venue? Our beloved St. Cuthbert's church of Earls Court. Such a great challenge: Performance of a new piece needed to be composed in barely four days. […]
  • 14 Jul 2017

    Modal interchange

    eXPANDING OUR CHORD "COLOUR PALLET" WITH MODAL INTERCHANGE.   Our Senior teacher, Gisela Paterno, specialised in Composition, talks about how Modal Interchange (borrowed chord) increases the harmonic possibilities. She also gives some tips when composing, to prove how this practice can help us in our pieces. A technique used from the Baroque period to the present time by […]
  • 11 Jul 2017

    Teachers always learning

    tOM RICKERBY TALKS ABOUT BENEFITS AS A TEACHER STILL HAVING MUSIC LESSONS. Why should a teacher still have lessons? Why should a teacher be always a student? Tom Rickerby shares his thoughts and experience regarding all those points when a teacher is still learning. He states that a teacher should be always learning, improving the skills […]
  • 10 Jul 2017

    Music and teamwork by Anthony Elward

    Music and teamwork when playing music. Anthony Elward, our Senior piano teacher, shares his experience when playing music as a part of a team. What that represents to him and how that makes him feel. Such an important point of view, as playing in an orchestra is all about teamwork! Have a look at the full article: http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/team-work-in-music
  • 28 Jun 2017

    Sight reading tips for children by Sabrina Curpanen

    sIGHT READING TIPS FOR CHILDREN AT WKMT oUR SENIOR TEACHER SHARES HER EXPERIENCE AT SIGHT READING. As a beginner piano student is not easy to learn the sight-reading process. Learn some tips advised by Sabrina Curpanen about this piano technique very handful for all the beginner students. Have a look at the article in the following link. http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/2017/06/28/Sight-Reading-tips-by-Sabrina-Curpanen    
  • 13 Jun 2017

    The value of finger exercises

    The value of finger exercises finger exercises: advice from our senior piano teacher nicolae mihaila   Finger exercises: This month, our senior piano teacher N. Mihaila shared an article on how to develop and keep up with your finger training.   It is a fundamental part of our students' preparation to develop the gymnastic side of piano performance. I recommend to […]